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Old 06-10-2005, 01:47 PM   #1
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Pictures of Kent Float Valve

I have a Coralife PureFlow II (3canister, 50gpd) and I installed a Kent Float Valve in a Brute container. I'm not sure I have the solenoid, 'T', and tubing hooked up correctly. Does anyone have a picture of how theirs is hooked up? My TDS after the RO is 4 and after the DI is 8. I just bought another DI canister and filter in addition to the one I have. It's been running for 2 weeks off and on. Any pictures or diagram would help. Thanks.
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